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Good Game No Rematch. Scamming method used to get personal information. AFK — Away from keyboard. Your resource for web acronyms, web abbreviations and netspeak. I Don’t Have The Time. Good Game Bye Bye. Said when something tastes good or is attractive.

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I’ve started naming names. What does GLHF mean? And Google lied about it. GLHF is “Good luck, have fun. Good Times Had By All. Mostly known for its use in “League of Legends.

GLHF – What does GLHF stand for? The Free Dictionary

Add an acronym – Sitemap – Random Slang. Your resource for web acronyms, web abbreviations and netspeak. Good Night, Sweet Dreams. Girls Just Wanna Have Fun. Good looking, attractive, cute. I Don’t Feel Good. Bug — A problem that causes crashes, unintended character actions or other unexpected events. Good To Be Back. Thank God Transgender Too Good. Other terms relating to ‘luck’: FTP — Free to play. Not A Good Look. Tank — A character that has a lot of hit points and is normally placed in front of other characters to take most of the damage.


Good Bye My Love. Good Luck On The Rebuild. GLHF — Good luck, have fun. GG — Good game. PvP — Player versus player.

Good Luck With That. Video Game Very Good.

Good Luck to All. Logged-in users can add themselves to the map.

Gaming Glossary: What Do GG, GLHF, LAN, MMR, OOM, OP, Ping And Other Gaming Terms Mean?

NPC — Nonplayer character. Looks Good To Me. A guy who’s good with women. You Have Been Warned.

Definition of GLHF

HP — Hit points. Said at the end of the game to thank team members. You Have No Idea.

Too Good To Be True. Okay, Thanks, Bye usually used dismissively.